1959 SK207 Round Table

While working on prefabricated concrete elements that can be produced on an industrial scale for architecture, with witty intelligence, Mangiarotti chooses the ancient technique of "lost wax" casting for the construction of his first bronze table. Used mainly in the making of sculptures, this particular technique makes each piece unique as the mold must be destroyed to extract the product of the casting.

Dimensions: DIA 135 CM
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ANGELO MANGIAROTTI Angelo Mangiarotti was one of the most important figures in the international design community during the 1960s. While he was known for being an adherent of strict design principles, he also sought to imbue his work with a sense of character and optimism. Angelo Mangiarotti stands apart from the other figures of the first generation of Italian design for his capacity to adapt the product to be designed to its function, its use and to the characteristics... Read more Fill 1 Copy 7